Even if you’re not just looking for the beach and relaxing on vacation, a little relaxation and stretching in between can’t hurt.
Heavy Duty Towing: tips for yoga while on the road
Circle your neck
Uncomfortable seats on the bus or car, long walks, heavy luggage, shoulders and neck are strained and tense when travelling. The quick solution is to draw a large circle with your nose from time to time and stretch your neck. Tilting your head over each shoulder alternately and holding them for a few seconds also helps.
Yoga with YouTube
If you have access to WiFi and a cell phone, you can use yoga videos to practice yoga. This is cheap and you can do it almost anywhere.
Travel Yoga: Improvise
Taking the yoga equipment with you for every holiday is annoying and probably also utopian. But that’s no excuse. You can also use a beach towel from the hotel or a sarong-like scarf as a mat. And instead of a pad, you can take almost anything, a rolled-up towel, your holiday reading, and a bottle in your car. If an emergency happens and you need Heavy Duty Towing services, you can do yoga while waiting.
Take time to relax
The same applies on holiday as at home. Routine makes it easier for you to really get on the mat and incorporate yoga into your fixed daily routine. Ten minutes before breakfast or before going to bed is enough to slow down. You can relax with quiet exercises from the day or get in the mood for the new one.
Find a local studio
In almost all larger cities there is now at least one yoga studio. You can often take a free or discounted trial lesson. Just research the studios and opportunities to get involved before your trip.
Expand your horizons
Yoga is not only offered in studios, but also in some hotels. Even outside in public parks, they regularly hold yoga classes in many cities. Just keep your eyes open on site or research online. If you can’t find anything: grab a towel and find a quiet spot in nature on your own. The combination of yoga, fresh air and calming surroundings is the best medicine for travel stress.